4 Rules for Extreme Data Center Computing

Posted by Mark Teter, Chief Technology Officer
February 1, 2011

Looking to get into extreme data center computing? Here are 4 rules that we feel you should follow to avoid IT pitfalls and take your data center to the next level.

1.  Streamline storage and data management with deduplication and consolidation

2.  Search out and prepare with disaster recover planning

3.  Reduce your data center hardware, power and IT footprint costs with virtualization technology

4.  Choose with applications or data should be moved to cloud computing solutions

If you’re ready to move your data center to the next level, we’ve got the talent and experience to help make it smooth sailing – or skiing!

About Mark Teter Before he retired from ASG in 2013, Mark Teter was Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and the author of 'Paradigm Shift: Seven Keys of Highly successful Linux and Open Source Adoptions.' As CTO, Mark regularly advised IT organizations, vendors, and government agencies, and he frequently conducted seminars and training programs.

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